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Interactive Whiteboard Kits


  • 11 May, 2017

Affordable, Versatile & Practical


Arvia Interactive Whiteboard Kit transforms any flat surface – including concrete wall and TV into an interactive whiteboard for learning and presentation by the help of any projector. The biggest advantage of our technology is its affordability, versatility, and practicality for any organization from a large corporations, universities, private colleges, high schools or even preschools. The price it of our solutions is much lower than other solutions as well as Interactive Smartboard TV panel. While there are pro and cons between different solutions, this solution will definitely fit the budget yet offer the versatility you would expect from an interactive touch panel which offers a dynamic new level of multimedia interaction for lessons and presentations such as ArviaClass.com

After proper calibration (automatic), it allows the computer screen to be projected on the wall and can now be controlled via fingers or any non-transparent objects. Instructor or student can then manipulate the elements on the Interactive Whiteboard by using his finger as a mouse, directly on the screen. Items can be dragged, clicked and copied and annotated, later can be transformed into text and saved. With our Interactive Whiteboard software, GLBoard,  it's a powerful tool in the classroom adding interactivity and collaboration, allowing the integration of media content into the lecture and supporting collaborative learning. Used innovatively they create a wide range of learning opportunities. Arvia Interactive Whiteboard Software is designed for both educational learning and corporate interactive learning

Arvia Interactive Whiteboard comes with two parts: emitter and sensor.

The emitter can be attached on a flat surface. It emits infrared laser curtain on the surface which is about 1mm thick invisible light and parallel with the projection screen surface, 1-2mm above the screen surface. When the finger or any non-transparent object touch this virtual surface, the light will be reflected and detected by the sensor. The computer will figure out the position of the mouse by accurate calculating the reflected light position.